MHPSS TECHNICAL ADVISOR – SOUTH SUDAN HI has been operating in South Sudan since 2006, implementing emergency and development actions aimed at improving protection, quality of life, and the promotion of rights of vulnerable individuals, including people with physical disabilities. HI’s current operations are centred in POCs (protection of civilian sites) and IDP camps outside Juba city and in three greater states: Yei, Torit and Yambio with the Country Office based in Juba city. During 2019, HI is planning to establish a base in the greater Unity, which remains the most conflict and disability affected region of the whole country. The operational context in South Sudan today is considered largely humanitarian/emergency while phasing in resilience programming. The ongoing peace initiatives if they succeed might result in huge population movements of returnees (both IDPs and refugees) across the country. HI’s present interventions address both emergency and resilience needs. Since 2016, HI has been operating an emergency mobile (or flying) unit responding to MHPSS (Mental Health & Psychosocial Support) and disability rehabilitation assistance in the greater Upper Nile, Unity and Jonglei states. Overall, about 50,000 direct beneficiaries (people with disability and other most vulnerable) are being targeted through MHPSS and Livelihood projects, with a strong emphasis on mainstreaming disability inclusion. As part of its 2019-2021 strategy, HI South Sudan is prepositioning to deepen programming in Protection, to expand program interventions in Health (MHPSS) as well as inclusion in humanitarian action and to undertake innovative programming in Education in emergency. HI works in close collaboration with the South Sudan Humanitarian Clusters (Health, Protection, Food Security &Livelihoods and Education), UN agencies and Government departments (Health, Agriculture, Education, Gender and Youth, and Relief & Rehabilitation Commission). HI is also an active member of the South Sudan NGO Forum, which brings together 120 international and 240 national NGOs employing about 22,500 national and 1850 international staff YOUR MISSION: Under the line management of the project Manager Flying team, you are in charge of advisory and technical supervision of the Flying Team project to ensure provision of quality MHPSS services to people with injuries and/or disabilities in South Sudan. In this part your main responsibilities are: To participate actively in the design and implementation of Flying Team strategy of intervention Ensure the quality of implementation of MHPSS activities To provide close technical support to project partners teams through trainings and capacity building activities Internal and External coordination Reporting and Monitoring YOUR PROFILE : You hold a Master’s Degree in Psychology, from a recognized University/School You have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in psychosocial support services in Emergency situations. You know to work with a minimum of supervision and have outstanding planning, organizing and coordinating skills. You are strong in setting priorities and reaching targets You have ability to work and live in a multidisciplinary team (cultural sensitivity, patience, flexibility….) You are able to work in field locations with very little infrastructure and supplies You have excellent communication skills in English (verbal and written) including the ability to write reports, to document good practices and lessons learnt Capacity to regularly travel to the field CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POSITION : Security and road access remains a key factor in geographic targeting of operations in South Sudan. Many locations in the country cannot be reached overland. Apart from IDP projects in Juba which are managed directly, most of HI’s programs in many parts of South Sudan are currently implemented through remote management, with international staff based mainly at the Country office in Juba, doing regular travel to the field by UNHAS air service[1]. The country mission has a safety and security protocol which emphasizes individual and team sensitivity and pro-activeness on security matters. The protocol is reviewed periodically to match or anticipate emerging scenarios. International staff movements within Juba city is facilitated by HI and has a curfew restriction between 9PM-6.00AM. Office and residential accommodation are currently housed in one compound, and a number of residential facilities including kitchens and lounges are used in common (rooming with sanitary services is individual). CONDITIONS: Starting date : 15th March 2019 Length of the contract: 6 months renewable** Employee status, according to experience : Salary from 2031 € gross/month regarding the experience of the candidate Perdiem : 457€ net/month Hardship allowance : 500€ net/month Insurances : medical hearth coverage, retirement planning, repatriation Paid holiday : 25 days per year R&R : 5 days every 6 weeks Status : this position is not accompanied Housing : Collective taken in charge by Handicap International

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